I've been upping my blogging lately and working on redoing what I do, as in, I have too many blogs and I am trying to think of what I can do to get rid of 1 or maybe 2 of them. In the meantime, while I figure that out, you may have noticed that Stacie's Place is now a .com! So excited to finally just DO that. I think it looks great and will be easier to tell people as well. Check out the Valentine's Pinterest Party I hosted last week I also took a quick trip to Idaho over the weekend with my sister and her boys Tony & I got to go to Midway to see the ice castles for our first time ever. School is going awesome! I blogged about some moving tips for moms (or anyone!) and have you heard of the Great Inflatable Race ? What fun things have you been up to lately? Link me in a comment below and I will come check it out or comment back!
So last week I started a brand new job after being let go from my previous job , had a couple weeks off to chillax and send out resumes. It was a nice break. In the past all my jobs have been found on Craigslist, but this job I got was actually on KSL. I felt like I totally bombed the interview (in a bad way) and left feeling like whatever was going to happen would happen, I did the best I could. There were 3 people in the room for the interview and that makes me even more nervous than I already am at interviews! So I was really surprised when I got a call a couple hours later saying they wanted to hire me. I was pretty shocked! November 4th was my first day at this company called Symbiot, but most of our customers know us by Integrated or Pipeline. Basically I do customer service for companies who need things done at their business or location. We are a "maintenance management company." For example, servicing cell phone towers if there are weeds or broken locks, s
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